Women's Golf stands 15th after first round of Golfweek Conference Challenge
Tulane and Virginia are tied for the lead at one-under-par 287 heading into Monday's second round of the 54-hole event. Arizona is third (292) in the 18-school field. Campbell shot a 317, three strokes behind 14th-place Missouri State and five ahead of Coastal Carolina.
Brittany Altomare of Virginia and Therese Koelbaek of UNLV share the individual lead at three-under-par 69, and stand one stroke ahead of four golfers at two-under 70.
Koh shot a four-over 76, while teammate Sarah Bejgrowicz carded a 78 and is tied for 52nd place. Kaylin Yost shot 81 and is tied for 67th in the 90-player field, while Maria Jose Benavides shot 82 and Sandra Angulo 83.
Live scoring from the par-72, 6247-yard Red Sky Fazio Course is available on-line at www.Golfstat.com.
Campbell begins its second round on Monday at 10:45 a.m. MDT from the 10th tee paired with Harvard and Missouri State.